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Information Morning - NS with Don Connolly and Louise Renault

CBC Radio's Information Morning kick starts the day on mainland Nova Scotia with news, survival information, compelling stories and opinions from all perspectives in the province.

  • 06:48
    Most scientists agree our planet is warming up. That goes for the oceans too. Lobster - and Nova Scotia's lucrative lobster industry - depend on cool waters. Shannon Scott Tibbetts and Elizabeth Baker have been collecting data.
    Dec 8, 2017
  • 09:00
    Much of the solid waste recycled in the Halifax region will soon need a new place to go. The Chinese government announced it would no longer accept two dozen types of solid waste. That decision has major implications for Nova Scotia.
    Dec 7, 2017
  • 08:19
    The movement that became the Canadian National Institute for the Blind was already in motion by 1917, but the Halifax Explosion brought it all together. Jane Beaumont it the CNIB's archivist.
    Dec 6, 2017
  • 08:14
    Some people say the provincially-imposed CAP system unfairly shifts the tax burden onto rental properties and new home buyers. Neil Lovett is lead author of a new analysis of the system in HRM. He's with Turner Drake & Partners Limited.
    Dec 5, 2017
  • 09:26
    Later this morning, people will rally in front of city hall. They'll ask councillors to say 'yes' to a new Integrated Mobility Plan. Ben Wedge is the executive director of "It's More Than Buses". Kelsey Lane is Executive Director of the Halifax Cycling
    Dec 5, 2017
  • 09:26
    In Nova Scotia, December 6th will be forever associated with loss and suffering. That day, a young man named Fred Moxon experienced tragedy on a scale few of us could ever imagine. Information Morning's Phlis McGregor met a man who knew Fred Moxon.
    Dec 4, 2017
  • 11:02
    Every elementary music class in Nova Scotia now have Mi'kmaq hand drums. They were gifts distributed last year by the Millbrook Cultural and Heritage Centre. The CBC's Emma Smith tell us about students learning the Mi'kmaq Honour Song
    Dec 4, 2017
  • 08:38
    The province is providing more money for groups in Colchester, East Hants, Cumberland and Pictou counties where 50,000 needles were exchanged this year.
    Dec 4, 2017
  • 07:05
    A new study published in the journal 'Nature Scientific Reports' tracked the right whale's whereabouts by listening for that sound. Genevieve Davis led the study. She's a researcher at the Northeast Fisheries Science Centre in Woods Hole, Massachusetts.
    Dec 1, 2017
  • 11:01
    Lunenburg resident Jennifer Harrison was diagnosed with breast cancer this past summer. Her cancer navigator resigned in October, and no one has replaced her. We hear from her, and a response from Rob Zwicker, Health Services Director for oncology for Sou
    Dec 1, 2017
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